Plot #16


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Plot Information

Updated August 08, 2017 23:02
Featured Plant Bluebunch wheatgrass
Latitude 44.04228
Longitude 121.33321
Elevation 3690.0 ft.
Area unmeasured
Aspect east facing
Origin combination of already established and nursery plants
Inoculated? Yes
Initial planting date Fall 2016
Initial succession secondary

Featured Plant: Bluebunch wheatgrass


Photo of Bluebunch wheatgrass (Pseudoroegneria spicatum)

Pseudoroegneria spicatum

Perennial bunchgrass, often highly cespitose (bunching); up to 1m tall. Leaf blades glabrous, erect, flat or involute, 5-25cm long; ligules rounded. Inflorescence a slender spike, 6-15cm long; single spikelet per node, appressed to the stem; lemmas acute, generally awnless but sometimes awned.

Stubbendieck, James L, Stephan L Hatch, L. M Landholt, and James L Stubbendieck. 2004. North American Wildland Plants. 1st ed. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press.

Habitat Type Tolerance Invasive?
Plains, slopes, canyons, and open woods across western North America Full to partial sun; often north-facing slopes. No